My problem is as frustrating the famous "line 1: parse error before (",
but of a slightly different nature: all programs abort with the
message "Memory error". No core file, though - shouldn't there be
one? Then again, what would I do with it, since there's no de*?
I'm running 0.95a (booting from 0.95c+), using gcc 2.1 from
tsx-11.mit.edu: 2.1*.tar.Z. Installation went quite smoothly, there
were no other compilers on my system to conflict with this one, and
programs compile without complaint. I've got 8 Mb of RAM, so I really
don't think that "Hello, world" is running out of space!
Did I forget some crucial installation step? If so, why don't
compilations complain about something?
Further details and tests on request. Being a well-mannered person,
I will summarize to The Net if and when I get results.
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